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BorítóContentsForewordThe Hungarian labour market in 2015In Focus: International migrationIntroduction1. Emigration and immigration in Hungary after the regime change – by international comparison 2. Emigration2.1 Migration intentions in contemporary Hungary2.2 The social and demographic composition of emigrants from Hungary2.2.1 Hungarian immigrants in the United Kingdom 2.3 Labour migration, cross-border commuting, emigration2.3.1 Migrants with left-behind children in Hungary 2.4 Changes in the emigration rates of medical doctors between 2003 and 20112.5 Factors affecting the international labour migration of medical doctors in Hungary2.6 Remittances to Hungary and how to measure them 2.7 Returning migrants2.7.1 Public policies encouraging return migration in Europe3. Immigration3.1 The labour market integration of immigrants in Hungary – an analysis based on Population Census data3.1.1 Why do immigrants in Hungary have better employment figures?3.1.2 The role of immigration in the European “employment miracles”3.2 The impact of immigration on the labour market situation of the employees of recipient countries in Europe – summary of empirical findings3.3 Determinants of the cultural integration of immigrants4. Terminology in migrationLabour market policy tools (May 2015 – March 2016)Statistical dataIndex of tables and figures
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